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Old 21st June 2012, 04:00 AM   #1
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Default 2 kVA toroidal power transformer

Siga T2681 custom 2 KVA toroid removed from a working piece of lab equipment

8" diameter, 3" height single bolt mount, 32# + packing materials.

See PDF for specs.
Date code 47-88
Made in UK

I don't believe it's only 32# but that's what the bathroom scale said...

I have a pdf file with specs from Siga (e-mail response). The schematic plate and specs will sort it all out, but it's going to take some effort due to the number of windings and dual primaries, but you can handle it...remember , your mileage may vary, external use only and do not use in a bath tub or swimming pool.

With those disclaimers out of the way, this beast is located in 49424-land. I would love to not have to ship it because it will have to be packed safely. I do not think a Priority Mail flat rate box is a good idea. I would rather pack it as if it will be dropped from a plane and have it arrive safely.

Price, I dunno...I need the money, how's $100 plus actual shipping, but might be interested in at least one used SE OPT suitable for 6C33C-B (primary between 500 and 1000 ohms, 200-220 mA DC minimum).

Or what else are you thinking? I'm thinking I really do not want to pack it , but will for someone who really needs it & doesn't live close enough to pick it up. USPS estimates are encouraged as I don't want to box it and hear 'wah, I don't want to pay postage for a #36 box!' ;O)


In case it wasn't clear, it is used but was working fine...the machine it came out of was replaced with a more sophisticated model.

After you look at the PDF, my understanding is that the specs are ac voltages & DC currents. It supplied many DC voltages for electronic circuits in a scientific instrument.

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